A brief history of burning negatives
For reasons aesthetic, emotional, practical and political, photographers have been bringing a flame to their film and sending archives up in smoke since the inception of the medium.
R. Crumb’s unseen photographic source material
Unearthing a series of typological photos made by the legendary and controversial cartoonist to draw from as source material for the bleak background reality of his urban life comics.
Photography of the Absurd
“I want to be vexed, pushed, startled by a book. It shouldn’t be set up as too smooth a ride.”
The race to save a haunting glass-plate photo archive
One man's quest to save a rapidly deteriorating 5,000 glass-plate negative archive of ghostly portraits by a largely unknown Romanian photographer.
Conversations on photography with
"There’s been the longing for narrative, and at the same time the knowledge that photography often resists it, and functions best when narrative is imagined."
On simulation, imitation and redefining the rules of the medium for 50 years.
What makes a good photobook? What makes it the best?
Road photography and overcoming the blindness that afflicts the short-term traveler.
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Eugene Reznik is the Digital Features Photo Editor at Bloomberg. Previously, he was the Director of Photography of the digital publication Hopes&Fears, an editor at American Photo Magazine and a writer for TIME Magazine’s LightBox photography website. Eugene began his career in photography as a work scholar at Aperture Foundation while completing his BA in Journalism and English & American Literature at New York University.
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